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Print a Spirograph using turtle in Python
  • Last Updated : 28 Jul, 2020

Pre-requisites: Turtle Programming in Python

A spirograph is a very interesting geometrical figure which is often symmetrical to both the axes. It produces mathematical roulette curves of the variety technically known as hypotrochoids and epitrochoids. Here, we’ve used a range of colors to draw circles, you can use your combination as per your color choice.

Below is the implementation.

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# Import the turtle library for 
# drawing the required curve
import turtle as tt
  
# Set the background color as black,
# pensize as 2 and speed of drawing 
# curve as 10(relative)
tt.bgcolor('black')
tt.pensize(2)
tt.speed(10)
  
# Iterate six times in total
for i in range(6):
    
      # Choose your color combination
    for color in ('red', 'magenta', 'blue'
                  'cyan', 'green', 'white',
                  'yellow'):
        tt.color(color)
          
        # Draw a circle of choosen size, 100 here
        tt.circle(100)
          
        # Move 10 pixels left to draw another circle
        tt.left(10)
      
    # Hide the cursor(or turtle) which drew the circle
    tt.hideturtle()

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Output: 



python-turtle-spiral

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